months ago my son had a seizure. he was complaining of a stomach for a few months before this seizure. now he has started complaining of a stomach again. i an scared that this is going to happen again i don't know of this is stress related or if it has to do with somethig else. please help if you may have an idea.
Stress can cause seizures to happen. Or could be something different going on. Or worst case scenario multiple conditions at the same time. Either way I would seek the advice of a qualified professional. weather it is the cause of the seizures or not see a Dr, asap. I do not claim to be an expert b/c i am not.
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